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Guatemala: The Deported Return

Guatemala: The Deported Return
Guatemalan nationals exit a plane and head for the Migration Office in Guatemala City’s La Aurora Airport after having been deported from the United States. Each week, fourteen flights arrive at La Aurora Airport from the U.S. carrying approximately 135 deportees per airplane

Dream 30 and Others Cross the Border

Dream 30 and Others Cross the Border
As they prepared to enter into Texas, the group of about 35 crossers, surrounded by friends, family and supporters began shouting louder and louder chants in English and Spanish, including, “Undocumented! Unafraid!”

The Art of Building a New World: Freedom According to the Zapatistas

The Art of Building a New World: Freedom According to the Zapatistas
As the media stopped paying attention, many believe that the Zapatista rebellion no longer exists. Quietly, away from the spotlight and cameras, they have deepened their autonomous construction to the point that one can now speak of a different society, governed by rules, codes, and laws distinct from those of the mainstream world.

Pelican Bay Prison Strike Newsletter

Pelican Bay Prison Strike Newsletter
Download the Strike The Prisons newsletter from Pelican Bay In June 2011 groups in the Bay Area supported a hunger strike by some California prisoners protesting conditions in the Security Housing Unit (SHU) at Pelican Bay. The first hunger strike kicked off on July 1st and was followed by the second one  in October of 2011. During the first hunger strike (HS1) the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) publicly admitted that there were 6,600 prisoners on hunger strike in 13 prisons. The number of participants in HS2 peeked at nearly 12,000 (11,898 according to the Office of the…

The walls came tumbling down at ¡Muros Abajo!

The walls came tumbling down at ¡Muros Abajo!
The event featured the talent of both local and international artists and literally included a wall that PCASC members constructed to symbolize those we build on our borders and in between our communities.